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[knock on door] come in. hey, harry. jonathan. no workout today? i guess not. matt was coming at 5:00, but he didn't. maybe he's got a longer training session. maybe. he'll call if he can't make it. i gave you a double portion. after yesterday, you need it. no, please. take it out. i'm not hungry. it's chicken with noodles. it's good. i'm not hungry. ok. if you change your mind, holler. thank you. want me to leave you something to read? no, thanks. i'll leave these magazines in case. i'll see you later. later. you're really pushing it today. yeah. i guess i did. i was talking to your granddad. oh, yeah? mm-hmm. he was kind of expecting you. yeah, well, i was going to, but my workout lasted longer than usual. maybe you ought to give him a call. yeah, i will. there's a pay phone. i got some change. i said i'd call, all right? i know how you feel. it's not easy calling a loved one when you know you'll lie. what are you talking about? i only offered you change for the phone. damn! i don't know what to do! i love my granddad. it's all getting to be such a mess! why is that? because! i t
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-- but that wasn't the onll surppising moment.the surprise we have in store átodayá... forrmmteorolooist jonathan myer. myers.ttat's just minutes from &&p p you're watching fox ((break 5)) s.s.s.s.s. i was always interrupting my teammates. earlier in my career, my coach approached me. he said, "i think that, you know, sometimes i don't feel like you're focused." so the next day, i went and saw a doctor. it was my adhd. like many kids with adhd, i didn't outgrow it. if you were diagnosed with adhd as a kid, you might still have it. find out more. take a quiz at to help recognize the symptoms. then talk with your doctor. it's your adhd. own it. ((ad lib meteorologist)) 3 &pcominggup... we're wrappiig u week.22:24:11:56 (say what tom the announcee) tom/jon: sunday.wait until you see the surprise we have in store forr myers... minutes from nnw. ravens nation nats &pnats &pbut nextt.. we're getting you purple pride goong.a live performance of this song... next.youure watching fox 45 ((break )) 3 3 this is our unofficial fight song for the baltimore ravens.... and we are getting y
and every day. jonathan hunt, the president uses 25 pens to sign a bill, one penn for half of a letter. >>jonathan: part of the choreography of washington, dc, we see, and they put more effort in this than in achieving solid proposals for the american people. >>gregg: congress my have ended the dreaded fiscal cliff drama for now but chances are your paycheck will shrink because congress decided not to extend the payroll tax for 77 percent of americans. according to the tax policy center which is an independent research group, they broke it down for us. households making between $50,000 and $75,000 take around $800 less. those between $75,000 and $100,000 see pay go down $1,200 and taxes grow only as income is higher and higher. >>reporter: everyone is whacked, try $14,000 a year in payroll taxes for those earning $400,000 a year. the changes are in the withholding taxes how much the i.r.s. requires an employer to withhold. you will see a difference in fica deductions which is social security and care. the stacks 12.4 percent. the employer pays half and you pay half. if you earn $38,000
're all right. now get out. i want to read this. i'll see you later. go on, go on. i'm jonathan with the rolling library. something to read? no, thank you. wait. let me read some titles. i said no, thank you. all right, but let me leave something. i've got to do my job. here's one. welcome to hollywood. welcome to hollywood. quite a place. ever been there? no. meant to go. me and my wife never did. why not? i don't know. something came up. with the kids, huh? yeah, with the kids. first they're too small to travel, then they're in day camp, then you're saving for college and... and then? then your wife is gone and you're too old. come on. you too old? why do you think i'm in here? because i'm old and too much trouble. do you exercise or anything? are you kidding? no, i'm not kidding. you do much walking? i can hardly get out of bed in the morning. wait till you're my age. you'll see. there was a time when i kept up. i had a plaque on the wall at the ymca in baldwin, north dakota. i was fast and strong, too. but like i said, you wake up one day, you're too old. what day was that,
, and the lives they lived. thank you. (applause) >> thank you, jonathan. that was beautiful. i think this is a nice segue into the san francisco gay men's chorus who have been standing here patiently. i would like to introduce them and thank them so much for being here. they're going to sing "love can build a bridge for us." [cheering and applauding] >> [inaudible]. ♪ i gladly walk across the desert with no shoes upon my feet to share with you the last bite of bread i had to eat and all -- and i would swim out to save you in your sea of broken dreams when with all your hopes are sinking let me show you what love means ♪ let us build a bridge [speaker not understood] ♪ let us build a bridge don't you think it's time don't you think it's time let us stand together [speaker not understood] we can do anything anything anything keep believing in our hearts [speaker not understood] love can build a bridge ♪ [speaker not understood] ♪ [speaker not understood] don't you think it's time, don't you think it's time love can build a bridge [speaker not understood] ♪ ♪ yes, it's ti
and applauding] >> thank you very much, assemblyman ammiano. i am now going to introduce jonathan moscone, who is the youngest son of mayor moscone who was really just a young teenager at the time his father was assassinated. jonathan, i've heard you speak before. you're always so inspirational. so, i turn it over to you. thank you so much. (applause) >> thanks. i apologize, i had to write my speech so i was running out of time and i'm sorry that i directed such a bad production of wizard of oz for you at the turtle creek round in dallas. maybe you'll forgive me one day. listen, on behalf of my family gina and rebecca and jennifer and christopher, i want to thank you for inviting us to speak today. and although i am the only member of the family to speak today, i'm not speaking on their behalf. the truth is i just like to talk. [laughter] >> in fact, as i am happy to see so many people here as i do, as the comedian paula said, even if you weren't here, i'd still be up here talking. but despite my tendencies towards reliving the admonishment of my fifth grade teacher sister grace who chastised
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education and poverty, but jonathan, give me the top line of this new book, fire in the ashes, and the 25 years you spent with children and a link to poverty. >> cornell always gets my blood boiling because i agree with him so deeply. i was a young teacher in boston and a white guy living in the black community, and the black ministers did me an honor of letting me stand by his side the first time he came to preach in boston common, and his words changed my life forever. that is when i turned my back on an academic life and decided to teach fourth graders in our poorest neighborhoods. i get so angry on his birthday or on martin luther king day -- i heard politicians who turned their back totally on every single thing he lived and died for, never lifted a finger to bring an end to apartheid in schooling, which is now at a higher rate than it was the year he died, and they say, "i, too, had a dream." you cannot play games with the dreams of our prophets. dr. king did not say he had a dream that someday in the canyons of our cities, north and south, we will have tests and anxiety-ridden scho
, what they like, what do they hate? could have been worse? i don't know. jonathan hoenig portfolio manager manager at capitalist dennis kelleher, better markets watchdog group and harry dent, author of the book the great crash ahead. harry, is the crash still coming or did this do anything to keep that, hold it off? >> well you know anything that doesn't cut government spending is better for the economy. it is just more stimulus. but we watched japan for two decades. and they keep growing with stimulus and all this stuff for three four years and crash and burn. melissa: i got to challenge that first statement. anything that doesn't cut spending is good for the economy? is that implies we don't have -- >> short term. >> okay, thank you. >> no, short term. it is stimulus. we hate estimatelous. we want austerity. rebalance economy. markets used to do this. the government will not let markets rebalance. we're carrying way too much private debt and government debt in the future. we'll be 28 to 30 trillion government debt in 10 years and these cuts, even with the battle ahead ar
analyst jonathan altar of bloomberg view. in 2008 a president was elected with the hope of finding common ground in a charged partisan political climate. >> kevin mccarthy told the top political leaders, we have to challenge them on every single bill. a pledge to obstruct that would define the gop for the next four years. >> four years later budget chair and failed vice presidentialal candidate paul ryan isn't quite what to say about it, but he isn't extend aing bouquet of olive branches. >> when we see an opening, however small we should take it, if we want to promote conservativism, we'll need to use every tool at our disposal. sometimes we will have to reject the president's proposals. that time might come more than once. sometimes we'll have to make them better. >> jonathan martin writes today in politico top gop officials are calling for a more strategic mix of opposition and accommodation. exactly where that accommodation exists remains a mystery. for every suggestion of compromise, there is a doubling down on principle. that, i believe, is how we'll achieve republican renewal. >> a ♪ ♪ (jonathan) en esta temporada de diario de grandes felinos seguimos las impresionantes aventuras de toto, un cachorro guepardo de siete semanas de edad. [música africana] ¡miren a es pequeñín! [jonathan ríe] [toto chilla] pero no todo ha sido juegos para el pequeño toto. el mara es un lugar peligroso. el pequeño toto está corriendo. [toto chillando] está asustado y no lo culpo. [león rugiendo] ¡vaya! oh, cielos! ¡tenemos a un león macho justo allí! [sonido de truenos] [sonido de lluvia] la última vez que vimos a mamá y a toto, estaban tratando de huir de la tormenta por las húmedas planicies, donde nos preguntamos si los volveríamos a ver. [sonido de lluvia] [♪] [rugido de león] [♪] diario de grandes felinos. [sonidos de animales salvajes] [ruido de pisadas sobre el césped] [auto rechinando] [encendido de motor] [♪] ¡cielos! iqué gran cantidad de agua la de anoche! es decir, qué tormenta tan fuerte y aún está bastante fresco. reconozco que el pequeño toto no debe haber disfrutado esto. [ruido de agua] ¡miren eso! [♪] [ruido de motor] hemos tenido mucha suer
the country. more than 200,000 people were killed, many more are still living in tent cities. jonathan was there on that fateful day and has written a book documenting the struggle to recover. >> i heard this rumbling outside, and then the bed began to shake and the floor began to shake and the whole house started falling down around me. my name is jonathan katz. i was the associated press correspondent in haiti from 2007 to 2011, which included the afternoon of january 122010, when at 4:53 in the afternoon a massive earthquake struck and destroyed most of the country's capital, including the house that i was in. i have written a book about how the world came to save haiti and left behind. it is the story of what really happened on january 12, 2010, the earthquake, and over the extremely flawed response that followed. a frank answer it has not gone well. there was a feeling after the earthquake that a lot of help was coming. a lot of it was very visible. a military airplanes in the sky, boats in the harbor, trucks appearing in the street carrying all kinds of aide. the phrase that bill
the cat down. so now my question to you, jonathan. can you accept suzie's baggage? >> well, jerry, i really hate cats. but considering the circumstances, how you explained it, suzie, i accept your baggage. >> congratulations. jonathan and suzie will enjoy dinner for two and a stay anyway, have a great time. we'll see you next time. >> well, jonathan, thanks for picking me, and thing as long as i know what those voices sin side your head are saying, we'll be okay. >> and as long as jake doesn't claw me while i sleep, we'll be just fine. balsamic, vinegar and oil, authentic italian herbs. just a few of the ingredients you'll find in hidden valley's italians and vinaigrettes. you know hidden valley for our ranch, but you've never tasted anything like this. ♪ ♪ >> cheryl: welcome to beyond the headlines, i'm cheryl jennings. today we are talking about dropout prevention. one if four students drop out before they finish high school. thankfully there are many local organizations that reach out to students and encourage them to continue their education. middle school to college today we
they want to expand that map if 54% of all voters are women? >> yet, jonathan, there are now four states with only one abortion clinic, mississippi, arkansas, and north and south dakota. this is often because republicans use onerous regulations, regulations, of course, that they deride in every other aspect of governance, but which they apply to prevent countless facilities from qualifying for usage. >> so, for instance, the virginia law that maria teresa pointed out, among the regulations that abortion clinics would have to abide by, abortion clinics would have to be regulated along the lines of a hospital -- a hospital operating room so they would have to have the ventilation system for a sterile environment even though one is not needed to perform an abortion. they would have to have regulated widths for hallways and doors for abortion clinics. and this is another one that is rather interesting, there would be a minimum number of parking spaces required for abortion clinics. so these are all sort of the nitpicky ways that conservatives have used, you know, local laws, state laws, to r
that provided $9 billion in flood relief to sandy. they did it because there weren't spending cuts. >> jonathan, how is the fiscal cliff fight, how might that shape the debt ceiling fight for republicans? >> it's everything to them in terms of they feel as it was pointed out before that they didn't get the spending cuts they wanted. they see the debt ceiling coming up in the early couple of months of the year here as an opportunity for leverage to get those spending cuts that they didn't just get. the president of the united states says he's not going to play ball on that. he may unilaterally raise the debt and may lower the debt and there are a few options on the table so we'll have to see how that plays out. >> do you think he might invoke the constitution to prevent congress from holding him hostage? >> we have to see. the white house pretty much shut that down in december and november when there were discussions of possibly doing that especially when liberal democrats were suggesting he should do it and he had proposed and it was quickly shut down the possibility of being able to do this in
at rice university. and jonathan capeheart, opinion writer for the "washington post" and an msnbc contributor. thank you for joining me tonight. >>> president obama is way more in the mainstream than opponents try to paint him, don't you think? >> oh, without a question. i find him to be a very sen tryst president in many ways. and, look, that inauguration, i thought, it was just an incredible speech. i mean, no, it was not, you know, f.d.r. in the middle of the depression with nothing to fear but fear ilts or lincoln's second inaugural in the civil war. but it's one of the three, four, five, top second inaugurals in u.s. history. it was martin luther king day. he focused on social justice. seneca falls isn't left wing or radical. it's the women's right to vote. that's the majority of americans. it's a way to pay homage. and so i thought it was just an empowering speech and a very inclusive. >> and, as i sat there, doug, listening to him, and then i heard some of the analysis later -- maybe i'm wrong, but i wanted your opinion as a historian before i go to jonathan. i thought he w
. >>jonathan: and invite us. >>shepard: an american woman is missing in turkey and her family is flying overseas trying to find out what in the world happened to her. overseas trip first time, boom, gone. they are hurting in a big way. the investigation is next. >>shepard: a mother of two if new york traveled to turkey this month on vacation by herself. she did not make the flight home and now her husband and brother say they decided to fly to turkey to find her. the husband could not describe the pain he has endureed. >> it is not often we can be serious in this house, it is pranks and joking, and laughing, and a lot of affection, and she knows my biggest thing is hugging and that is what i am looking forward to when i see her, a hug. >>shepard: her husband safer their two sons did not know their mother was missing. the family tried to keep the children in the dark on this. and jonathan hunt is with us. what do we know? >>jonathan: not a great deal. her family seemed to have thought this ely a two week trip to turkey, a once-in-a-lifetime trip for a woman who wanted to do something mor
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pool lane because i know i have got another person in the car with me. >> what jonathan freeman had was the paperwork for his nonprofit corporation. the state vehicle code's definition of a person includes a corporation. that was the argument when the chp pulled him over. >> he said you need two persons in your vehicle and i showed him the papers and said yes, i do have two persons in the car. >> tried to explain. >> actually, the 59-year-old san raphael man is opposed to what is called corporate personhoodhood and is pleased the case is going to court. >> corporations areficational entities and -- fictional entities and to treat them as a real live human being is absurd. >> tore jonathan it has been a ten year crusade of riding in the car pool lane waiting for a citation to mount a legal challenge. traffic court judge called his argument novel but says the intent of the legislature in devising the lanes was to reduce the volume of traffic and pollution. >> common sense interpretation is that care rig a sheathe of paper in no way relieves traffic congestion. >> reporter: the judge f
. i thought it would be jonathan hoenig. and fox news contributor. i was going to start with charles, but there is no way i can ignore abe lincoln. are you begging for money? >> i am panhandling, melissa. if i was dead, i would be turning over in my grav this is a crisis erupting. because of the progressive philosophy and the politicians that have gotten ourselves into this unfunded pension liability. it has been ignored for years, that is why the problem has grown so big. this will mean slower growth and higher borrowing costs. melissa: i was looking at the beard in the hat and the whole thing. charles, did yo do you understad anything he said? to me it sounded like he was dead right. charles: that is another one for your highlight reel. they are making the situation worse. the state employees by the fifth highest in the country. here is the thing, they will do an offering on wednesday. cost $95 million. interest rates going through the roof. he started hauling off saying will illinois be the next california? i think they're worse. a big agricultural business. illinois has nothing t
political analyst jonathan alter joins me. a columnist for bloomberg view. in washington msnbc political analyst david corn of "mother jones" magazine. david, i want to start with you. we're going to come back to the newcomer ted cruz in just a moment, but the exchange between the old friends john mccain and mr. hagel, that was pretty tough, and i found it a little bit ironic that you had the sort of maverick going after the maverick on yet an issue that seemed very personal and that was sort of relitigating the iraq war, which was kind of their first break as friends. >> it was maverick on maverick violence. this is as close as we get to soap opera at a congressional hearing. you felt it, it was visceral, it was personal, and john mccain was being, let's face it, a bully. he was demanding that chuck hagel give him a yes or no answer when, indeed, this matter, if you ask a lot of foreign policy experts, is kind of knotty. it's a dilemma. there's some people who believe the surge was a clear-cut win, but there are a lot of people in the foreign policy community who say that it might not h
jonathan capehart of "the washington post." at a time of great fiscal uncertainty and belt tightening, president obama is poised to nominate as the next treasury secretary a man who brings his lunch to work every day, a cheese sandwich and apple to be precise, president obama will reportedly tap jack lew tomorrow to replace timothy geithner. lew would take over on the eve of another debt ceiling battle. in round one during the summer of 2011, boehner's top staffer called lew's debt ceiling negotiations disrespectful and dismissive. according to david plouffe, that is because jack knows the numbers and republicans couldn't pull a fast one. two names are being floated to replace lew, dennis mcdonagh, currently his deputy national security adviser and ron klain. but the latest cabinet nomination is, surprise, creating consternation among who else, congressional republicans. after calling chuck hagen an in-your-face nomination outside of the mainstream, the pugnacious gop has already made known its displeasure with jack lew, calling his nomination controversial, a mistake, and worst of al
so much for being with us, jonathan. >>> why don't we start with the sor story of the year, barack obama wins, republicans lose in a way that perhaps is more telling than just what one election result might suggest. >> well, i think it certainly does. it difference him a certain platform and credibility perhaps he didn't have before. watching as these fiscal cliff negotiations have gone through the holidays, it certainly is more perhaps a little bit more bully pulpit for the president and his position on taxes. the biggest story of the year came at the end of the year in the past week or so, the massacred sandy hook elementary in newtown and i think the presidency now might be shaped by those events. those are the stories barnicle and andrea have chosen as the top stories of 2012 to cover. >> mike barnicle, would you agree this could be a signature of a second term. >> i do agree with that. i think the events a few days ago of newtown in connecticut will help shape the president's second term in office and gives us huge impetus of change in this country that have taken too long to
, and is there a way for the white house to bypass congress and avoid another battle. jonathan allen and msnbc's, and perry bacon, jr., with the conversation. jonathan, you covered the hill and do so extensively and "the washington post" is reporting that democratic senate leaders are advising the white house to go arc comed do that and bypass congress on this issue. i'll show everybody this letter to president obama and they advise him to take any lawful steps to avoid default with congressional approval and they talk about the 14th amendment and is there any way for the white house to avoid another fight like this with the congress completely. >> they've been writing about this letter that senator reid said to the president and if the president if they want to can certainly direct the treasury to ignore the debt ceiling and then basically say go ahead and sue me and see if anybody does and go to the core process and i don't think that's something the president wants to do that he doesn't want to evoke this 14th amendment and that's the shorthand used for it and i think what's fascinating her
boehner was listening. joining us in the studio is jonathan capehart from "the washington post" and in los angeles democratic strategist and nyu professor bob shrum. welcome to you both. professor shrum, we reached the debt ceiling two weeks ago today. the treasury department is giving us a few weeks of maneuvering room before we begin to default. and yet you have people like the heritage foundation saying today, default is not at issue. how many conservatives truly believe their tactics pose no risk whatsoever to the economy, particularly given what happened the last time they took the debt ceiling hostage? >> look, what heritage put out today is drivel. a transparent attempt -- >> drivel, this is the considered view of an important organization. >> yeah, whose president is jim demint. i don't take it all that seriously. >> okay. >> what they're saying is, well, the government could pay the interest on its bonds, but you could then cut everything else, social security, medicare, education. what they're ignoring is the fact that you would shake the confidence of markets all over the world
, and msnbc contributor jonathan capert of the washington post. it's the fist day of school for the new congress. >> i've got my lunch packed up, my boots tied tight. i hope i don't get in a fight. oh, back to school. >> and this is a live look at capitol hill where the house and senate will gavel in their first session of the 113th class moments from now. fights, however, for that awesome song are likely imminent beginning with the house's election of its speaker later this hour. the office of current speaker john boehner says they expect him to be re-elected, but if enough republicans break ranks, it could make the process messy. here's how it works. boehner will need a majority of the house votes cast today to hold his spot. if he fails to get a majority on the first vote, it will go to a second ballot. something that has only happened once in the past century. in 1923 when nine ballots over three days were needed to appoint congressman frederick gillette. now, 433 members are expected to vote today in the house, meaning boehner's magic number is 217. given that 200 democrats who als
to the first world trade center bombing of 1993. "the fox report's" chief meteorologist jonathan hunt tonight live on the story in our new york newsroom. jonathan, the militants are giving more details on the hostage they claim to hold. what's happening? >> yeah. bill, through the this standoff. the militants have been communicating through an african news agency called ani. and tonight they told that agency that they still hold at that gas facility a total of 7 hostage. the nationality breakdown is this. three belgians. three americans. one japanese citizen and one from britain. meantime the standoff continues. -- holding those hostage they say they still have. >> what about this offer to swap hostage for prisoners? >> this came from the leader of this group. he is not, we believe, actually at that gas facility. his name is mac tar bell mock tar. he is the one eyed algerian terrorist. he wants to get out of prison here. two terrorists who are being held in u.s. custody among them one of them omar abdel rackman the so-called blind sheikh who is serving a life sentence here for his role in the
defense of the big three. terry o'neill on a historic speech for women. jonathan alter and james peterson on the cultural impact of a president linking seneca falls, selma and stonewall. and my thoughts on a new hope for the american class. >> progress does not compel us to settle centuries long debates about the role of government for all time, but it does require us to act in our time. >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. this was a big deal. in the 57th formal inauguration of an american president, barack obama delivered one of the most progressive speeches ever given by a commander in chief. with more than a million people in attendance, the president took the ceremonial oath of office on the steps of the united states capitol. president obama did not set out to lower expectations of his second term. instead, he established the goals of a progressive agenda. >> my fellow americans, we are made for this moment, and we will seize it, so long as we seize it together. for we, the people, understand that our country cannot succeed when a shrinking few do very we
now is former american airlines chairman bob crandall and jonathan salem baskin. mr. bob crandall it's a pleasure to see you, sir. happy new year. i want to ask you what the national transportation board said late this afternoon, okay. they looked at this battery. they say it's a thermal runaway. which means accelerated temperature increases leading to short s short circuits. all this just gets hotter and hotter because there's something wrong with these batteries. how are they going fix this, when are they going fix this? >> larry, i'm not an jerenginee i'm an airline guy and the answer today is nobody knows how they will fix it. battery technology is sort of on the forefront of what we need to do better in the 21st century. boeing and the ntsb took this battery apart. there's eight cells in each battery. they took every cell apart. they are inspecting every piece of that battery with microscopes. everybody is working hard to try and find out what the problem is. now, it's a big problem. this is a big problem for boeing and it's a big problem for the airlines. >> jonathan, you know,
at this super pac, jonathan, because you work for a very powerful one. how significant is it that two longtime supporters have already formed this new ready for hillary super pac, and how much is american crossroads spending on research already? >> that's a little bit premature on our part. i think it shows a couple things. first, i think that people think that she's going to run. remember, the super pac can't talk to the candidates. i don't think that there's any inside information going on there. but all signs point to someone who, you know, when the presidential ambition is with you, it's a very, very difficult thing to slate. a lot of people think she's going to run. and we also know that super pacs can be extremely effective in primaries. when you look at mitt romney's super pac, and how they were able to kind of take out all these candidates over the course of the 2012 primaries, it can be a very, very effective thing. i don't know how much this group is going to raise, but if they are -- if it ends up being the official hillary super pac, it could be a force to be reckoned with. >> and
to dominate the auto industry in a few years. but recently, it hit some speedbumps in europe. jonathan browning, ceo of volkswagen of america, joins us this morning from the detroit auto show. good morning. last year was a great year for sales, but sales were stronger in china than in europe, your own backyard. is that a part of the strategy to become the number one automaker? > > it is a great place to start the year here. really a lot of energy in detroit, and a great place to do two things: one, celebrate the continued momentum of the volkswagen brand here in the u.s., but also to look forward to the things that will continue to drive that growth in the future, both here in the u.s. in terms of our expanded product portfolio, but also our commitment to growing across the world, including in markets like china. > what are your goals at this year's auto show? > > i think what we see is a continued recovery here in the u.s. marketplace. not a spectacular recovery, but a steady recovery. we think the industry will exceed 15 million units here in the u.s. this year. we plan, with the vol
. >> el senador jonathan fuentes asegura en estados unidos Él planea unirse a la iniciativa. desea mÁs. la esposa del fallecido esposo, crea un problema para ayudar a los jÓvenes necesitados para graduar y habrÍa apoyado el interÉs de inl documen indocumentados un 20% de los inscritos en Él, es el momento preciso me dijo cardona porque en la toma de po secciones lseÓ de cara al sol. >> todas las palabras que dijo y en donde elevÓ el tema migratorio de "reforma migratoria" a un grado de prioridad el miedo se ha ido grandemente. >> dice jonathan motivado aÚn mÁs al saber que el famoso director y esposa de jobs reconocen el sueÑo de los soÑadores. >> su esposo fue un empresario y Ánima a los soÑadores para lograr algo como lo hizo steve jobs. >> cristian londoÑo, telemundo >> nos vamos con gerrard piquÉ pareja de shakira que dio las primeras declaraciones en torno a su primogÉnito en el dÍa de ayer. >> dice que es mÍa pero ya veremos. >> (risas). >> estuviste en el parto? >> sÍ. >> ¿quÉ tal? >> bueno, muchos nervios pero primero y bueno lo vez por la tele. >> ¿lo sentiste
. >>> jonathan fuentes asegura que es mÁs lo que tiene para dar que lo que le pide a estados unidos, planea unirse a la iniciativa. >>> contar lo que ha pasado de mi vida. >>> desea mÁs que el alivio temporal de la acciÓn diferida. >>> hace quince aÑos la esposa de steve jobs creo un programa para ayudar a los jovenes necesitados a graduarse de la universidad y de ahÍ habria nacido el interÉs en apoyar a los indocumentados ya que representan un 20% de los inscritos. >>> gracias al apoyo del presidente obama en la toma de posesiÓn los soÑadores han salido de las sombras y luchan de cara al sol. >>> reforma inmigratoria, el miedo se ha disipado. >>> la esperanza y ilusiones grandes, jonathan motivado mÁs al saber que david c. y especialmente l. jobs reconocen el valor de los soÑadores. >>> su esposo fue un empresario, realmente es algo que nos anima a los soÑadores que tambiÉn podemos lograr algo como lo hizo steve jobs. >>> cristina londono, telemundo. el prÓximo sÁbado abre la biblioteca que san josÉ ubicada en la comunidad de seven trees. se prepara una verdadera fiesta que c
. the island of draws thousands of backpackers to its famous parties. his family has been informed. jonathan is in bangkok. fill us in a little bit on what appears to have happened. >> the police are fairly clear in their minds about what happened. they say that in the early hours of the morning a fight broke out between two gangs. the man that they arrested, they say, and they say they have many witnesses to back this up, got involved in the fight, pulled out a gun, and fired it. stephen ashton, they call a very unlikely. he was struck in the side of the torso. he was not able to be revived once taken a hospital. they have sent police officers to oversee the case, not unusual when tourists are affected. in their view it is a straightforward case where the man did not intend to kill him, but is going to be charged with manslaughter, backed up by the witnesses they say they have. >> thank you, jonathan. and thank you for watching bbc world news. plenty more still to come, including our long dream of a world war ii lancaster bomber restored and ready to fly. the ivory coast is beginning three
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